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Talks BEF conference 2011

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(1) Bruelheide: Stepping stones and motivation of the BEF China experiment. (2)Ma, Dali Guo: Below ground biomass, trees harvested near the main experiment, species list of harvested trees, pictures of harvesting and processing, allocation graphs...

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Created at: 2011-08-09
Updated at: 2014-02-24

CSPs: Tree functional leaf trait diversity in the CSPs

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Functional diversity of CSPs based on leaf traits alone. Other estimates given are also based on only those species for which leaf traits are available. There is a separate file for all the leaf traits.

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Created at: 2012-03-22
Updated at: 2016-03-03

Main Experiment: Stomatal conductance of 39 tree species in the main experiment

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Measurement design: We randomly selected 12 high-diversity plots, each containing 16 or 24 species, which allowed us to compare as many species as possible across relatively short distances. The aim of our study was to establish links between stom...

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Created at: 2014-08-18
Updated at: 2016-05-11

Main Experiment: Leaf traits and chemicals from 59 tree and shrub species in the main experiment (Site A& B)

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Leaf traits and chemicals from tree and shrub species in the main Experimental Sites of BEF-China (Site A & B). Including secondary metabolites (total phenolics and tannin concentration) as well as leaf tensile strength (leaf toughness). Ardisia c...

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Created at: 2013-02-28
Updated at: 2016-03-03

CSPs: Leaf traits and chemicals from 132 tree species in the CSPs

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Leaf traits of tree species, including chemical elements, leaf tensile strength, stomata characteristics, and secondary metabolites. Note that these data are species averages derived from the dataset "Leaf traits and chemicals from individual tree...

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Created at: 2013-01-14
Updated at: 2016-10-25

Main Experiment: Leaf traits and chemicals from individual trees in the Main Experiment (Site A & B)

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Leaf traits and chemicals from tree species in the Main Experimental sites, including secondary compound (total phenolic and tannin concentrations) and information on stomata.

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Created at: 2013-03-12
Updated at: 2016-04-20

Main Experiment: Leaf toughness of individual trees in the Main Experiment (Site A and B)

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Leaf toughness assessed on individual trees of species growing on the Experimental Sites of BEF China. For each tree seven leaves were sampled in most cases. Every single value for every leaf is given. Exceptions were made in species with very sma...

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Created at: 2013-03-12
Updated at: 2016-07-12

CSPs: Leaf traits and chemicals from individual trees in the CSPs

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Leaf traits and chemicals from tree species in the Gutianshan Nature Reserve, including secondary compound (total phenolic and tannin concentrations) and information on stomata.

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Created at: 2012-03-22
Updated at: 2016-07-07

CSPs: Tree functional identity weighted by abundance in the CSPs

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Abundance weighted mean of the functional traits of trees and shrubs

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Created at: 2013-03-13
Updated at: 2016-03-03

CSPs: Leaf traits and chemicals of 122 tree species in the CSPs

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Here we present data on 26 morphological and chemical leaf traits of tree species in the Comparative Study Plots (CSPs) of the BEF-China Project. Leaves were sampled accoring to the procedures described in Cornelissen et al (2003), with only fully...

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Created at: 2013-10-15
Updated at: 2016-03-23
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Leaf morphology of 40 evergreen and deciduous broadleaved subtropical tree species and relationships to functional ecophysiological traits.

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We explored potential of morphological and anatomical leaf traits for predicting eco- physiological key functions in subtropical trees. We asked whether the ecophysiological parameters stomatal conductance and xylem cavitation vulnerability could ...

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Board: Submit
State: Accepted
Created at: 2014-10-01
Updated at: 2015-02-09

Linking Xylem Hydraulic Conductivity and Vulnerability to the Leaf Economics Spectrum—A Cross-Species Study of 39 Evergreen and Deciduous Broadleaved Subtropical Tree Species

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While the fundamental trade-off in leaf traits related to carbon capture as described by the leaf economics spectrum is well-established among plant species, the relationship of the leaf economics spectrum to stem hydraulics is much less known. Si...

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Board: Prep
State: Accepted
Created at: 2015-02-09
Updated at: 2015-02-09

Leaf trait-environment relationships in a subtropical broadleaved forest in South-East China

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Although trait analyses have become more important in community ecology, trait-environment correlations have rarely been studied along successional gradients. We asked which environmental variables had the strongest impact on intraspecific and int...

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Board: Final
State: Accepted
Created at: 2010-04-30
Updated at: 2017-02-09

Transpiration and stomatal control: A cross-species study of leaf traits in 39 evergreen and deciduous broadleaved subtropical tree species.

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Key message: Using an extensive dataset for 39 sub- tropical broadleaved tree species, we found traits of the leaf economics spectrum to be linked to mean stomatal conductance but not to stomatal regulation. The aim of our study was to establish ...

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Board: Final
State: Accepted
Created at: 2014-10-01
Updated at: 2017-02-09

Tree species traits but not diversity mitigate stem breakage in a subtropical forest following a rare and extreme ice storm

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Future climates are likely to include extreme events, which in turn have great impacts on ecological systems. In this study, we investigated possible effects that could mitigate stem breakage caused by a rare and extreme ice storm in a Chinese sub...

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Board: Final
State: Accepted
Created at: 2010-03-16
Updated at: 2016-12-10

Functional and phylogenetic dissimilarity of woody plants drive insect herbivory in highly diverse forests

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The degree of herbivore damage a plant species experiences has been shown to often be affected by the density of conspecific plant neighbors. However, host spectra of many herbivores often comprise a suite of related plant species, and generalist ...

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Board: Accept
State: Accepted
Created at: 2013-01-19
Updated at: 2015-02-09

Shifts in community leaf functional traits are related to litter decomposition along a secondary forest succession series in subtropical China

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We investigated shifts in community weighted mean traits (CWM) of 14 leaf functional traits along a secondary successional series in an evergreen broadleaf forest in subtropical southeast China. Most of the investigated traits have been reported t...

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Board: Prep
State: Accepted
Created at: 2014-09-29
Updated at: 2015-01-27

Community assembly during secondary forest succession in a Chinese subtropical forest. doi:10.1890/09-2172.1

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[5] Bruelheide, H., Böhnke, M., Both, S., Fang, T., Assmann, T., Baruffol, M., Bauhus, J., Buscot, F., Chen, X.-Y., Ding, B.-Y., Durka, W., Erfmeier, A., Fischer, M., Geißler, C., Guo, D., Guo, L.-D., Härdtle, W., He, J.-S., Hector, A., Kröber, W....

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Board: Prep
State: Accepted
Created at: 2012-02-01
Updated at: 2013-01-18

Horizontal, but not vertical canopy structure is related to stand functional diversity in a subtropical slope forest (DOI: 10.1007/s11284-011-0887-3

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In biodiversity research, niche complementarity is seen as one mechanism with which species coexistence is maintained. Niche complementarity also results in a more efficient use of the total resource pool, and thus, species-rich communities should...

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Board: Final
State: Accepted
Created at: 2011-01-12
Updated at: 2015-04-25

Establishment success in a forest biodiversity and ecosystem functioning experiment in subtropical China (BEF-China).

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A) Does the sapling performance of early succession species and late succession species differs at the early stage of planting experiment? B) Does the sapling performance of evergreen species and deciduous species differs at the early stage of pl...

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Board: Final
State: Accepted
Created at: 2010-05-04
Updated at: 2015-04-25

Plant traits affecting susceptibility to herbivory of tree recruits in highly diverse subtropical forests

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Differences in herbivory among woody species can greatly affect the functioning of forest ecosystems, particularly in species-rich (sub)tropical regions. However, the relative importance of the different plant traits which determine herbivore dama...

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Board: Prep
State: Accepted
Created at: 2015-03-09
Updated at: 2015-03-09

Soil and tree species traits both shape soil microbial communities during early growth of Chinese subtropical forests

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A better understanding of the linkages between aboveground and belowground biotic communities is needed for more accurate predictions about how ecosystems may be altered by climate change, land management, or biodiversity loss. Soil microbes are s...

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Board: Final
State: Accepted
Created at: 2013-06-10
Updated at: 2016-02-22

Wood trait-environment relationships in a secondary forest succession in South-East China

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[17] Böhnke, M., Kreißig, N., Kröber, W., Fang, T. & Bruelheide, H. (2011): Wood trait-environment relationships in a secondary forest succession in South-East China. - Trees - Structure and Function DOI 10.1007/s00468-011-0632-0. (prop. 43)

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Board: Final
State: Accepted
Created at: 2011-02-22
Updated at: 2017-02-09

Trade-offs between physical and chemical carbon-based leaf defence: Of Intraspecific variation and trait evolution

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1. Despite recent advances in studies on trade-offs between plant defence traits, little is known whether trade-offs reflect i) evolutionary constraints at the species level or ii) allocation constraints at the individual level. Here, we asked to ...

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Board: Final
State: Accepted
Created at: 2014-09-26
Updated at: 2018-01-07

Maintenance of constant functional diversity during secondary succession of a subtropical forest in China

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Questions Does the importance of biotic interactions between tree species increase during secondary forest succession? Do functional trait values become increasingly divergent from early towards late successional stages and how is functional di...

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Board: Final
State: Accepted
Created at: 2010-04-30
Updated at: 2017-02-09

Plant polyphenols - Implications of different sampling, storage and sample processing in BEF experiments.

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We analyzed tannin and non-tannin phenolics contents of 20 subtropical tree species from East China with the aims to assess the impact of two different sample storage and processing methods and to relate them to other plant functional traits. We c...

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Board: Final
State: Accepted
Created at: 2012-02-13
Updated at: 2017-02-09

Biodiversity Promotes Tree Growth during Succession in Subtropical Forest

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Losses of plant species diversity can affect ecosystem functioning, with decreased primary productivity being the most frequently reported effect in experimental plant assemblages, including tree plantations. Less is known about the role of biodiv...

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Board: Final
State: Accepted
Created at: 2013-11-27
Updated at: 2015-11-27
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